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  1. Wonderwall Inc.
    Interviews

    Wonderwall Inc.

    At the opposite end of the spectrum from North American big-box stores are the conceptually driven and exquisitely realized retail designs of Masamichi Katayama.

    06.17.09

  2. Wonderwall Archives 01
    Books

    Wonderwall Archives 01

    Back in 2009 we ran a conversation with Masamichi Katayama about the incredible Japanese retail design outfit Wonderwall. We only showed a handful of photos to go with it, but now with the...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    02.02.11

  3. Wonders of the World
    Books

    Wonders of the World

    Though not strictly modern—well, not modern at all, really—the Wonders of the World series of books from Harvard Universtiy Press remains my favorite ongoing run of architectural tomes....

    written by: Aaron Britt
    12.15.09

  4. Womens et Womanus
    Profiles

    Womens et Womanus

    Meet three women who are helping keep MIT’s architecture program—America’s first—at the forefront of design innovation.

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    01.02.09

  5. Women to Know in Design Part Two
    Interviews

    Women to Know in Design Part Two

    From women who make moves behind the scenes to an architectural theorist who hit the proverbial glass ceiling in the 1940s, here are more women in design worth knowing. Check out part one here.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    07.02.13

  6. Women to Know in Design Part Three
    Interviews

    Women to Know in Design Part Three

    We continue our collection of women to know in design with Pakistan’s first female architect and other amazing designers. Check out Part One and Part Two here.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    07.03.13

  7. Women to Know in Design Part One
    Interviews

    Women to Know in Design Part One

    Good work speaks for itself, but it would be remiss to ignore these movers and shakers in the design scene.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    07.01.13

  8. Women to Know in Design Part Four
    Interviews

    Women to Know in Design Part Four

    Ceramics, play structures, and textiles, and more are generated by this group of fun-loving designers. Check out Part One, Part Two, and Part Three here.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    07.05.13

  9. Women to Know in Design Part Five
    Interviews

    Women to Know in Design Part Five

    Our fifth installment of women to know in design focuses on the up-and-coming designers you need to know now, and five years from now. Check out Part One, Two, Three, and Four here.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    07.09.13

  10. Women of Influence
    Profiles

    Women of Influence

    We identify a cross-section of designers hard at work in every corner of society, from a Taiwanese graphic designer working in the New York headquarters of Pentagram, to the first female...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    07.17.12

  11. Women in Sustainable Design at SXSW Eco
    Event Spotlight

    Women in Sustainable Design at SXSW Eco

    Lance Hosey, co-author of the 2007 book Women in Green: Voices of Sustainable Design, led a panel at the South by Southwest Eco Conference in Austin last week with four women who are...

    written by: Addie Broyles
    10.08.12

  12. Women in Design at City Modern
    Event Spotlight

    Women in Design at City Modern

    This Wednesday evening, as part of Dwell and New York magazine's full plate of design programming for City Modern, design critic Alexandra Lange led a discussion on gender and architecture with...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    10.05.12

  13. Womb Chair Linocut

    Womb Chair Linocut

    Ah, to have a Womb of one's own. For those who can't afford to curl up in Eero Saarinen's classic easy chair, consider adorning your wall with Eric Rewitzer's black and white linocut; It's the same...

    $25.00

  14. Womb Chair

    Womb Chair

    This chair was initially released in 1948 with the catchy title No. 70 and later became known as the Womb chair thanks to its inviting embrace. A padded and upholstered fiberglass shell sits on a...

    $2380.00

  15. Wolfe Den, Austin, Texas
    House Tours

    Wolfe Den, Austin, Texas

    Architect MJ Neal, much like his hometown of Austin, Texas, possesses a balanced combination of country cordiality and urban edge. In October 2008, we wrote about one of his projects in the...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    08.25.09

  16. Wobowl SoftBowl

    Wobowl SoftBowl

    Requireing less than one-tenth of the energy required to product its ceramic counterpart, this 100-percent wool felt bowl is an attractive accessory to stash your odds and ends.

    $39.99

  17. Wobble

    Wobble

    Subtly playful, these plump shakers rock gently back and forth when tipped. A weighted base keeps each glass balanced, ensuring they never fall over.

    $32.00

  18. Witold Rybczynski: Makeshift Metropolis
    Books

    Witold Rybczynski: Makeshift Metropolis

    Witold Rybczynski has been called  “architecture’s voice in the world of letters” by The Weekly Standard. He writes about design and planning for The New York Times, the...

    written by: J. Michael Welton
    01.01.11

  19. Witness Half a Decade of Urban Change in Google Street View
    Superstructure

    Witness Half a Decade of Urban Change in Google Street View

    Last week, Google Maps released a new feature to Street View, making it possible to cycle through archived versions of the 360 panoramas. In addition to hours of amusement, this new form of virtual...

    written by: Brian Bruegge
    05.02.14

  20. With a Single Step: Stories in the Making of America

    With a Single Step: Stories in the Making of America

    MOCA’s new core exhibit will bring to life the Museum’s unique historical content and birth a compelling art work by fusing itself with the architectural heart of its new home designed...

    09.11.09

  21. Wishbone Hall Stand

    Wishbone Hall Stand

    Leave all your hang-ups at the door with the Wishbone, Danish design firm Busk+Hertzog's sleek, powder-coated stainless steel take on Mother's Nature's original coatrack: the tree.

    $507.00

  22. Wired Lamp

    Wired Lamp

    More an outline of a lamp than a lamp, the clean and green lines of this table light caught our fancy among the clutter at Tent London—the Brick Lane venue for all things up-and-coming.

  23. Wire Hanger

    Wire Hanger

    Like a played-with paper clip scaled for Andre the Giant, this wire hanger's form allows for slotting, hanging, and stacking whatever is is you're holding when you're back home from storming the...

    $49.00

  24. Wire Hanger

    Wire Hanger

    Like a played-with paper clip scaled for Andre the Giant, this wire hanger's form allows for slotting, hanging, and stacking whatever is is you're holding when you're back home from storming the...

    $49.00

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